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The Girl Next Door Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Twenty-Nine through Chapter Thirty-Three Summary

Jack Ketchum
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Chapter Twenty-Nine through Chapter Thirty-Three Summary

In chapter twenty-nine, David admits they are tormented at thoughts of Meg that night, and that they must go see her again. They quietly go downstairs, and David admits that watching her was like standing in front of a shrine, or watching an animal in the zoo. He admits now that had Meg not been strong and pretty, the situation likely would not have happened, as he thinks now their torture of her was a statement against that beauty. They agree to give her water, and take off the gag. She thanks them, and asks if they can slacken the ropes. David realizes he is so physically attracted to her, it is difficult to think beyond her nakedness. They agree to untie her, if she doesn't fight when they touch her. Meg refuses, and they gag her again, pointing...

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